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    Chester Gould Dick Tracy Christmas Day Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 12-25-55 (The Chicago Tribune, 1955). Santa Claus actually stars in this delightful Christmas Day daily from 1955, and he even uses Tracy's famous Wrist Radio! This holiday Sunday has an ink over graphite on Bristol board image area that measures approximately 27" x 18", and the strip is constructed, as were many of the Sundays from this time, by adhering individual panels to a larger support board. The art is in Very Good condition, with light toning, light soiling, a discolored title stat, and a missing art correction in the last panel.


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    May, 2021
    2nd-3rd Sunday-Monday
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